A Russian military advisor died in the Syrian province of Hamma in a sudden mortar attack.
France is the country most affected by counterfeit money in Europe, but the continent has seen a decline in the amount of counterfeit notes, France Press reports said.
The European Central Bank's monetary policy is not yet where Germany would like it to be, German Chancellor Angela Merkel said, after years of ultra-loose measures designed to keep the euro zone afloat, reported Reuters.
The refugee crisis in Europe, at least concerning people coming from Syria is making unexpected turn.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights war monitor said Tuesday it had information from top Islamic State group leaders confirming the death of the jihadist organisation's chief Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, AFP reported.
The European Court of Human Rights on Tuesday upheld a Belgian ban on wearing the full-face niqab veil in public, AFP reported.
The Russian Federal Office of Statistics Rosstat and the Moscow School of Economics presented shocking data from polls among citizens of Russia.
Slovenia needs to speed up asylum procedures and not apply the new law that allows it to close its borders for most illegal migrants.
Members of the jihadist group Islamic State admitted the death of its leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.
Ukraine's president has asked for discussions to begin on an action plan that could eventually lead to membership of Nato, BBC reported.
At the foot of the Sierra Nevada mountains, a hundred kilometers from the city of Sacramento, some 4,000 people have already been evacuated and another 7,400 are preparing for it.
The Albanian government confirms that the history of the cultivation of cannabis in the country is coming to an end.
Hundreds of people marched through the streets of Tallinn on Saturday to celebrate the first Gay Pride in the Estonian capital since violence marred the event a decade ago, AFP reported.
Two weeks after Donald J.
German police sought Friday to prevent small groups of mostly anti-capitalist protesters from disrupting the G20 summit in Hamburg, as world leaders including US President Donald Trump and Russian leader Vladimir Putin meet for talks, according to CNN.
A four-storey block of flats has collapsed near the city of Naples in Italy and at least six people are feared trapped, Sky News reported.
Protesters clashed with police, torched patrol cars and blocked roads in the German city of Hamburg on Friday in fresh violence just before the start of the G20 summit, police said, AFP reported.
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